Monday, September 30, 2013

Vitamin B? Why beer is good for your health

I do likes me a cold one on a hot summer day, and a fall ball game just isn't the same without an ale in my hand. Fear of the great beer belly has kept suds out of the refrigerators and hands of beer enthusiasts all over the land, but is it possible that one of America's favorite beverages has gotten an undeserved bad rap?
After all, beer is created from just four basic ingredients: water, barley, hops and yeast. The result of these ingredients dancing together is alcohol and CO2. That's a combo that goes down easy, and there are so many ways to blend the brew that you're sure to find an ale, stout, lager or amber that is just right for you.
The dirty deets
Your doc may have told you that drinking alcohol in moderation is good for your health, but usually wine gets all the cred for the antioxidant benefits. Truth be told, beer and wine contain the same amount of antioxidants. There are some other things you should know:

• The protein and B-vitamin content of beer is higher than wine. Yeah, going for a brewski after a rousing game of touch football with your work team will help you replenish your protein better than a glass of chardonnay. But here's a buzzkill: Even though beer is a good source of B vitamins, the alcohol in it mostly cancels out those benefits.upwave: The link between protein and weight loss.

• Beer offers anywhere from 95 to 360 calories in a 12-ounce serving, with the average bottle of beer in the 150-calorie range. A five-ounce glass of wine will run you about 120 calories. Sometimes the light beer is a better calorie choice than the wine. Since the FDA doesn't require calories to be on the label, do the homework and math on your favorite beer to know where it should be in your beverage lineup, because those calories do find a way to linger. (Call it a beer belly, call it a muffin top; you just don't want to find one circlin' your middle.)

• One to two beers a day is good for your bones. Brew contains silicon, which is in very few foods and is linked to bone strength and health. Now that's something to consider before going for your next bone-density scan.

• Think light in color equals light in calories? Not always the case. "Light" actually refers to the percent of alcohol and calories. Higher-alcohol beers have more calories, so if you're watching your weight, a Guinness is actually about the same as a Bud.

Equal work for equal pay?

The Naked Truth: How close is too close?
It was the yellow rubber duckies that did it.

I suppose up until that point I’d been on auto-pilot, I was just waiting for an interview. But when one of the NBA’s biggest stars pulled on a pair of blue socks – festooned with bright yellow ducks – it struck me that this assignment was way more surreal than anything I was used to. Or, for that matter, comfortable with.

With a group of about 20 other men and women, I had just watched the Houston Rockets’ shooting guard James Harden emerge dripping wet from the shower, dry off and get dressed … all from a distance of about two and a half feet. This was my introduction to the world of sports reporting in the United States!

Italy political drama jolts markets

Italian markets were jolted Monday by the weekend collapse of the country's coalition government after just five months, but the chance that early elections could be averted kept losses in check.
Silvio Berlusconi withdrew his support for a grand coalition led by Prime Minister Enrico Letta, just a week before a parliamentary committee was due to vote on expelling the convicted fraudster from the Senate.

Milan's benchmark index fell 1.8%, and the yield on Italy's 10-year bonds rose 18 basis points to 4.6%. That is up from around 3.9% when Letta took office in April but far from the more than 7% during the peak of the eurozone debt crisis in 2011.

Other European markets fell by about 1% as a U.S. government shutdown loomed. The dollar was a shade firmer against the euro.Related: Stocks weak as U.S. shutdown looms Political instability is nothing new in Italy -- governments tend to last little more than a year on average.

But a prolonged period of deadlock could prevent agreement on a budget for 2014 and delay reforms needed to keep the eurozone's third largest economy on track to meet EU-mandated borrowing targets.
Letta has scheduled a vote of confidence for Wednesday and hopes to persuade disgruntled members of Berlusconi's party and other senators to back him. Failure would raise the chance of a new election and with it the risk of months of political stalemate just as Italy, and the eurozone, look to secure a recovery from recession.

"Snap elections would be the worst scenario for confidence," noted Silvio Peruzzo, economist at Nomura.
Italy's economy is showing signs of stabilizing after nearly two years of recession. Tough austerity measures have helped produce a primary budget surplus and a wide-ranging program of structural reforms is beginning to bear fruit.

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Kenyan intelligence warned of Al-Shabaab threat before mall attack

Nairobi, Kenya (CNN) -- A number of Kenya's Cabinet members and defense officials were warned about the possibility that the terror group Al-Shabaab was planning to carry out a Westgate-style attack a year before gunman stormed the Nairobi mall, according to several police and intelligence sources.
The warnings were made by the country's National Intelligence Service as part of regular situational reports given to cabinet members, the inspector general of police, members of the National Security Advisory Council and military intelligence.
CNN has seen an electronic version of those reports, which contain an extensive list of terror threats from several regions across Kenya over an extended period, but they also specify Al-Shabaab posed a threat to several targets, including Westgate Shopping Mall.
The news about the intelligence warnings come amid revelations that the mall favored by Westerners and tourists was long-considered a possible terror target.
CNN has also learned that the Westgate mall attackers tortured some of the hostages.

Military doctors said militants severed hands, cut off noses and, in some cases, hanged hostages. CNN has seen photographic evidence of one dead victim with a hand amputated.

Saturday, September 28, 2013

US Senate would reject House bill as shutdown looms

The US Congress remains deadlocked over the funding bill

US Senate Majority leader Harry Reid has warned that his Democratic-led chamber will reject a House Republican bill to avert a government shutdown.
Early on Sunday, the Republican-led House passed its amended version of the Senate bill, removing funding from President Obama's healthcare law.
There is now less than 48 hours to avert a shutdown, which will begin on Tuesday if no spending bill is passed.
The Senate is not due to meet again until Monday afternoon.
In a statement, Senator Reid said that "after weeks of futile political games from Republicans, we are still at square one".
He added that Republican efforts to change the bill - that would delay the healthcare law for a year and repeal a tax on medical devices - were pointless.
Speaking for the president, White House spokesman Jay Carney said: "Any member of the Republican Party who votes for this bill is voting for a shutdown." The president, he said, would also veto the Republican bill.
However, House Republicans went ahead with the changes, ignoring the veto threat and passing the bill in a late-night session by 231 votes to 192.
The Senate is controlled by Mr Obama's Democratic party, while the Republicans hold the majority in the House of Representatives.
"House and Senate like two locomotives barreling toward one another ... in slow motion," tweeted Republican Representative Scott Rigell.
'Acting responsibly'
The looming shutdown ,which would be the first in 17 years, is one of two fiscal crises facing the US government. On 17 October, the US treasury department's authority to borrow money to fund its debt obligations expires unless Congress approves a rise in the so-called debt ceiling.
On Friday, President Obama urged House Republicans to pass the Senate's stopgap budget bill and to extend the debt limit, and demanded they not threaten to "burn the house down because you haven't gotten 100% of your way".
Mr Obama said if the nation were to default on its debt, it would have a "profound destabilising effect" on the world economy.
"Voting for the treasury to pay its bills is not a concession to me," he said. "No-one gets to hurt our economy... just because there are a couple of laws [they] don't like."
He described the healthcare law as "a done deal" and said the Republican-backed repeal effort was "not going to happen".
Mr Obama said the Senate had "acted responsibly" in passing the budget measure and that now it was up to Republicans in the House of Representatives "to do the same".
Civilian cuts
If the government does shut down on 1 October, as many as a third of its 2.1 million employees are expected to stop work - with no guarantee of back pay once the deadlock is resolved.
National parks and Washington's Smithsonian museums would close, pension and veterans' benefit cheques would be delayed, and visa and passport applications would be stymied.
Programmes deemed essential, such as air traffic control and food inspections, would continue.
The defence department has advised employees that uniformed members of the military will continue on "normal duty status", but "large numbers" of civilian workers will be told to stay home.

US braces for possible government shutdown

President Obama: "Nobody gets to threaten the full faith and credit of the US just to extract political concessions"
The US government is bracing for a possible shutdown, as Republicans and Democrats in Congress remain deadlocked on a budget to continue its funding.
Agencies have begun making contingency plans ahead of the 1 October deadline to pass a new funding resolution.
The Senate has passed a bill to fund the government until 15 November.
But House Republicans have said they refuse to approve the bill without a provision to strip funding from President Barack Obama's health law.
The Senate is controlled by Mr Obama's Democratic party, while the Republicans hold the majority in the House of Representatives.
As a result, lawmakers are at a stalemate as the deadline approaches.
Government agencies have been selecting workers considered essential should funds stop flowing.

Greece crackdown: Golden Dawn leader Michaloliakos charged

The leader of the far-right Golden Dawn party, Nikolaos Michaloliakos, has been formally charged with belonging to a criminal organisation.
Four more Golden Dawn MPs, a party leader in an Athens suburb and 15 other people face the same charges.
They were arrested on Saturday amid anger over the murder on 18 September of anti-racist musician, Pavlos Fyssas.
A man held for the stabbing told police he was a Golden Dawn supporter, though the party strongly denies any link.
The MPs arrested on Saturday were party spokesman Ilias Kasidiaris, Ilias Panayiotaros, Nikos Michos and Ioannis Lagos. It is the first time since 1974 that a party leader and MPs have been arrested.
It was an extraordinary moment to see the five MPs being escorted in handcuffs by armed police in balaclavas, BBC Athens correspondent Mark Lowen reports.
They will now return to police headquarters and are likely to be refused bail before their trial, our correspondent says.
Mr Panayiotaros told reporters before giving himself up: "Shame on them, the people will lift Golden Dawn higher."
A number of other warrants are believed to have been issued. The arrests were made by the anti-terrorism unit.
Police said guns and ammunition had been found at Mr Michaloliakos's home and that he did not have a licence for the weapons.
Golden Dawn issued a rallying call via a text message, saying: "We call upon everyone to support our moral and just struggle against the corrupt system!"
Its call for members to gather outside the police headquarters in Athens was answered by some 200 supporters who chanted slogans and waved Greek flags.
Makis Voridis, a politician with the governing New Democracy Party, told the BBC's Newshour that the police had made the right decision on the arrests.
He said: "This is an alleged party. It is actually, as the justice system has said, a criminal organisation... members of a legal, political, parliamentary party, do not participate in homicides."

Italy president considers options after cabinet collapse

President Napolitano (right) called for political continuity in the country

Italy's president is considering ways out of an acute political crisis after ex-PM Silvio Berlusconi's ministers left the coalition government.
Giorgio Napolitano hinted that he would try to oversee the formation of a new coalition without calling elections.
This follows weeks of worsening ties between Berlusconi's party and PM Enrico Letta's centre-left grouping.
Berlusconi had already threatened to withdraw his ministers if he was expelled from the Senate for tax fraud.
The current coalition government was put together after inconclusive elections in February, and the latest developments have left the eurozone's third-largest economy in chaos.
It is feared that the crisis could hamper efforts to enact badly-needed reforms to tackle Italy's economic problems, including debt, recession and high youth unemployment.
The International Monetary Fund has warned that coalition tensions represent a risk to the Italian economy.
'Grave violation'
Speaking on Saturday, President Napolitano called for political continuity in the country.
"We need a parliament that discusses and works, not that breaks up every now and then," he said.
"We do not need continuous election campaigns, we need continuity of the government's actions, decisions and its measures to resolve the problems of this country."
Italy is now in very uncertain political terrain, and at times like this its head of state becomes a hugely important figure, the BBC's Alan Johnston in Rome reports.
Later on Sunday, Mr Napolitano is expected to meet Mr Letta, and their talks will be closely watched for the first indications as to how this crisis will play out, our correspondent says.
Mr Letta, of centre-left Democratic Party, warned late on Friday that he would quit unless his coalition cabinet won a confidence vote due next week.

But Berlusconi pre-empted that, describing Mr Letta's comments as "unacceptable". He later said all five ministers of his People of Freedom (PDL) party were resigning.
The PDL is objecting to a planned increase in sales tax, which is part of wider government policy to plug Italy's large debts.
Interior Minister and PDL Secretary Angelino Alfano accused Mr Letta of "a grave violation of the pacts that this government is founded on".
But the prime minister responded angrily to the resignations, accusing the PDL leader of telling Italians a "huge lie" in using the sales tax as an alibi for his own personal concerns.
"In parliament, everyone will have to assume responsibility for their actions before the nation."
Berlusconi's legal problems are seen as a cause of much of the tension inside the coalition.
A committee of the Senate decides next week if he should be expelled after the Supreme Court recently upheld his conviction for tax fraud.
It was his first conviction to be confirmed on appeal in two decades of fighting legal cases.
Berlusconi was sentenced to a year in jail, but is expected to serve house arrest or community service because of his age.

BIC set for Indian Grand Prix

The Formula One Indian Grand Prix would be held at the Buddh International Circuit in Greater Noida between October 25-27

The Formula One Indian Grand Prix would be held at the Buddh International Circuit in Greater Noida between October 25-27, officials said on Wednesday.
The state government cleared the proposal of the JP Sports International Limited late Tuesday.
The state industrial development department held a meeting to decided and discuss the preparations of the world class sports event and after scrutiny gave a green signal for the sports event, Alok Ranjan, industrial and infrastructural development commissioner (IIDC), said.
He added that instructions had been passed on to the district administration in Noida, the home department, the Noida, Greater Noida and Yamuna Expressway authorities to ensure that the event is a grand success.
Keeping in mind, the presence of international and film celebrities for the event, the home department has divided the Formula One racing event into four 'security zones' - track area, spectator area, paddock and the outer peripheral rings, an official said.
The organisers expect more than 65,000 people to enjoy the racing event and have made arrangements for the sale of 65,514 seats. The state government has asked the authorities concerned to arrange for a vehicle parking space for 25,000 cars and has asked for making of a 15-km long 'entry ramp' on the Yamuna Expressway by October 15.
To ensure smooth transport for the spectators from the parking area to the circuit, 19,439 cars and 2,000 two-wheelers will be stationed at the parking lot, an official said.
Also 100 buses would be available at the Noida City Centre metro railway station.
An official said that they are separately arranging for radio cabs, pick-up and drop buses at major city malls and shuttle buses on the outer circuit as well.
Formula One Grand Prix was first held in India at the Buddh International circuit in Greater Noida on October 30, 2011.
The 5.14 km long circuit has been designed by world-renowned German architect and racetrack designer, Hermann Tilke, who has also designed other race circuits in Malaysia, Bahrain, China, Turkey, the UAE, South Korea and the US and was seen as a big achievement of then UP chief minister Mayawati.

Kimi Raikkonen shrugs off back pain, will race in Korea

Kimi will assess his fitness during practice in Korea, but expects to be able to take part in the race

London: Kimi Raikkonen will head into next weekend's Korean Grand Prix still dogged by the back problems that upset his qualifying in Singapore, but keen to race through the pain barrier.
The Ferrari-bound Finn said he will assess his fitness levels during practice in Korea, but expects to be able to take part and, as in Singapore, to line up in the race.
In Singapore, he overcame the pain and secured a podium finish by taking third place, having qualified only 13th for Lotus.
"It's better than it was on Saturday in Singapore, which is when it didn't feel too good," said Raikkonen.
"The important thing was that I was able to race and we did a pretty good job with the podium finish. It's not the first time I've had a problem, as there have been some issues with my back for a long time.
"We will have to see how it is when I get out on track on Friday in Korea."
Raikkonen believes his ongoing chronic back problems are the legacy of a crash during testing in 2001.
He has never fully recovered, but has frequently delivered stirring and spectacular drives despite his discomfort.

Recipe–Eggless Chocolate Walnut Brownie

Christmas is just around the corner. So are all those rich irresistible cakes! We bring you a yummy and indulgent brownie to satisfy all your cravings. The best part? It's eggless, so here's a treat even vegetarians can enjoy!

Christmas is just around the corner. So are all those rich irresistible cakes! We bring you a yummy and indulgent brownie to satisfy all your cravings. The best part? It's eggless, so here's a treat even vegetarians can enjoy!
Ingredients for eggless chocolate walnut brownie
Curd - 1 cup
Sugar - 3/4th cup
Baking powder - 1 1/2 tsp
Baking soda - 1 1/2 tsp
Flour - 1 cup
Cocoa powder - 1/2 cup
Vegetable oil - 1/2 cup
Vanilla essence - 1 tsp
Chopped walnuts - 1/2 cup
 Method of making eggless chocolate walnut brownie
Mix the curd and sugar till the sugar dissolves. Add baking powder and soda, mix and leave to rise for 10minutes.
Mix the flour and cocoa powder and keep it aside.
Add the oil and vanilla essence to the curd mixture and beat well. Add the walnuts and flour mixture, and fold well.
Pour on to a greased baking tray and bake for 30 minutes or so. You can check if it is done by piercing the centre of the cake with a toothpick or fork. It should come out clean.
Let the cake cool and serve with vanilla ice cream (optional).

Panchamruth–the five health boosters!

Panch meaning five and amruth meaning a nectar for immorality - panchamruth, the traditional prasad, given out during poojas - typically uses five ingredients, which are all mighty good for your health!

Panch meaning five and amruth meaning a nectar for immorality - panchamruth, the traditional prasad, given out during poojas - typically uses five ingredients, which are all mighty good for your health!

Panchamruth - ingredients:

COW's MILK - 1 cup

We all know it's super healthy! It has calcium, proteins, carbohydrates, fats and minerals.

YOGHURT - 1 cup

Produced by bacterial fermentation of milk, this dairy product is a good source of calcium, vitamins, protein, magnesium, zinc and potassium. To top it all, the good bacteria present in yoghurt is extremely good for your stomach, thereby aiding digestion!
HONEY - 4 tsp.

A natural sweetener, it's yummy and packs in antioxidants that are mighty good for you.

SUGAR - for taste

While too much of it can be bad for you, taken in small quantities – sugar – is an excellent energy booster.

GHEE - 1 tsp.

It is high in vitamin-A and D, but we all know this contains a lot of fat. While too much of this is a definite no, a few drops are good for the body, as some amount of fats are essential for your body.In the south of India, two other ingredients are used in the panchamruth, they are:


This yummy and modest fruit packs in a range of nutrients and the very essential fibre. It's good for your bones, your stomach, and can even aid weight management.


This one packs in vitamins, protein, calcium, iron and fibre, too, all of which are essential nutrients.

Method of making panchamruth: Mix and beat all the ingredients together and store inrefrigerator. You may use blender for mixing.

Wanna lose weight? Eat negative calorie foods

Some foods require more energy to be digested when compared to what they provide; such foods are called negative calorie foods. So fill your tummy with some negative calorie foods to prevent overeating.

What are negative calorie foods?
Negative calorie foods are foods that burn more calories in the process of chewing and digestion when compared to the number of calories it provides the body. Eating such foods creates a calorie-deficit in the system, which can aid weight loss. The term ‘negative calories’, however, can be misleading as it might suggest that such foods have no calories at all, which is not true.
How do negative calorie foods work?
First of all, it is important to understand that all foods we eat burn calories. About 10-15% of calories from the foods we eat are used in the process of digestion. The body requires energy to breakdown and absorb proteins, carbohydrates, fats, minerals and other nutrients present in our food, and it derives this energy from the food we eat.
There are certain foods that require lots of calories (energy) to break down and get absorbed. Some of these foods contain very few calories and, therefore, force the body to call upon its energy sources in the form of stored fat and glucose to finish processing the food. Such foods are called zero or negative calorie foods.
For instance, a piece of raw cucumber (containing approximately 1 calorie) will need way more calories to be chewed and digested, resulting in a net loss of calories from our body fat.
But then, eating a bowl of cucumber alone will not help in weight loss. You have to eat them instead of potato chips and brownies. In other words, you can’t eat a chocolate muffin and then try to burn off the calories by chasing it with a bowl of cucumber. The only way to make this work is to eat that bowl of cucumber first, leaving very little or no space for that sinful muffin.

Get those perfect curls

Some love straight hair and others want curls that make their hair look bouncy and voluminous. From sprays to straighteners, use hair products to get bouncy curls

Actress Allison Williams recently stunned the red carpet at the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards in a cobalt blue Ralph Lauren gown, but what added to her beauty was her curly locks, reports Femalefirst. Follow a few simple steps to get the right curls: - Start with a volume shampoo and conditioner to give your locks a little bit of oomph.
- Use a volume spray on your tresses. You're going to be using a bit of heat to create this look. If your hair tends to sway to the frizzy side, you may want to apply a smoothing formula so you end up with sleek curls like Allison.
- Use a straightener to create looks like these.

Woody Allen doesn't understand clothes: Cate Blanchett

Actress Cate Blanchett talks about filmmaker Woody Allen and her latest film 'Blue Jasmine'

Cate Blanchett, who stars in Woody Allen's latest film 'Blue Jasmine', says the director has no interest or understanding in the aesthetic of his characters.
The 44-year-old said the director left the responsibility of her character's meticulously groomed wardrobe in her hands.
Blanchett then with the help of costume designer Suzy Bezinger crafted the disgraced Manhattan socialite, Jasmine, reported Vogue magazine.
"He's been wearing the same Ralph Lauren sweatpants and T-shirt for the last 20 years and doesn't understand why anyone would change their wardrobe according to their mood, or how they want to present themselves. He just doesn't get it," she said.
But to Blanchett, her character's costumes were crucial.
"There's a tragedy to her clinging onto those threadbare things - a bit like Blanche DuBois, trying to make herself as attractive and alluring as possible. Like Blanche, she has such a romanticised sense of self. Because of the internal pain, sometimes it's easier to exist in a world of fairy lights and fantasy.
"One of the primary industries in America is fantasy, and so there's a naivety behind that. And I think that makes Jasmine an anti-hero of her time in her way," she added.
'Blue Jasmine' is in cinemas nationwide from September 27.

Daniel Radcliffe not playing Freddie Mercury in biopic

'Harry Potter' star Daniel Radcliffe says he is the wrong choice to play iconic Queen frontman Freddie Mercury in an upcoming biopic

Daniel Radcliffe has dismissed rumours that he is replacing Sacha Baron Cohen in an untitled Freddie Mercury biopic.
Cohen, whose uncanny similarity with Mercury was one of the key factors in his casting, quit the film about Queen's late frontman due to creative differences.
There were reports that Cohen wanted to take the gritty R-rated route in representing Mercury's life story something that did not go well with band's remaining members.
Radcliffe, who came to know about his casting rumour through internet, said he would be completely wrong for the part.
"There is no truth to it at all. Everyone on the internet who I presume is saying I'm totally wrong for that part is correct. I am completely wrong for that part!," Radcliffe told Empire Podcast.
"If I'd seen a rumour about me playing Iggy Pop, I'd think, 'Hey, I'd have a go at that - that'd be fun!', but Freddie Mercury? No. I don't even know who the director is. They seem to be saying it's Stephen Frears and Tom Hooper on the internet.
Radcliffe joked that tabloids find it easy to attach his and his 'Potter' co-star Emma Watson's name when there is any casting opportunity.
"This is the kind of thing that happens to me and it happens to Emma (Watson) with multiple Fifty Shades of Grey things. When somebody has column inches to fill, they just sub in one of our names," the actor said.

Review: 'Prisoners'

Denis Villeneuve's 'Prisoners', starring Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal, Viola Davis, Maria Bello, Terrence Howard, Melissa Leo, Paul Dano, Dylan Minnette, Zoe Soul, Erin Gerasimovich and Kyla-Drew Simmons, is gripping till the very end.

'Prisoners' is an intense mystery thriller that blurs the line of morality. It is about good and evil, doing what is right and necessary and is layered over a tale of the prey, the predator and the survival of the fittest.
It is a story of abducted kids, their parents' angst and perseverance in order to find them.
The film begins with Keller Dover (Hugh Jackman) reciting the Catholic payer "Our father..." while his teenage son Ralph (Dylan Minnette), shoots down his first hunt, a deer.
This scene explains that God is the reason for every action committed, but paradoxically in the very next scene, in the vehicle on their way back from the hunt, Keller tells his son that in the battle of survival, "It gets to a point where the only thing standing between you and another person is you."
This lays the foundation to the narration.
It is Thanksgiving Day. Keller Dover, his wife Grace (Maria Bello), son Ralph and six-year-old daughter Anna (Erin Gerasimovich) are having a good time partying along with their neighbours, the Birchs; Franklin and Nancy (Terrence Howard and Viola Davis), their teenage daughter Elizia (Zoe Soul) and Joy (Kyla-Drew Simmons), who is close to Anna's age.
Suddenly in the middle of the celebrations, Anna and Joy go missing. Detective Loki (Jake Gyllenhaal) pitches in. Alex Wintermann Jones (Paul Dano), a 26-year-old man with the IQ of a 10-year-old, with a worn-out recreational vehicle, is considered a suspect.
Convinced of Alex's guilt and not depending on God or the law to take its own course, Keller has his own agenda. Desperate to find their daughter, the Birchs too, take a stand with, "We won't help Keller, but won't stop him either. God knows where he will lead to." This act does question ethics.

Friday, September 27, 2013



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